Berlin | Orlando Octave | Trinidad & Tobago 2018

Today's music release is entitled "Berlin" sung by Orlando Octave. This is a production of Sheriff with the mastering done by Martin 'Mice' Raymond. The music and the vocal performance are both very good making this one a very good offering.

This song will not be remembered because it was so good but because of the double entendre/play on the word 'Berlin'. If you are a Trinidadian/West Indian you will understand the play on the work 'Berlin'. Trust me it is not flattering usage!
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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Berlin
Performed by: Orlando Octave
Prod by: Sheriff
Mastered by: Martin “Mice” Raymond
Written by: Orlando Orlando. Dale Ryan and Emmanuel Rudder
Backing vocals by: Dineka and Dinessa Nelson, Vornique Benjamin.
Guitars by: sheriff
BASS by: Elone Tone John
BRASS by: Allstars Brass

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Just remember that there is a play (double entendre) on the word Berlin (bullin') when you watch the video.

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